Jharkhand Public Service Commission,
1. State Civil Services: PCS (Provincial Civil Services)
- JPSC is the organizing body of PCS exam for the state.
- Age- 21 year to 37 year
- Minimum Educational Qualification- Graduate from any recognized university
3. Scheme of Examination
|S.No.||Name of Question Paper||Nature of Question Paper||Maximum Marks||Duration/Time (in hour)|
|1||General Studies I||Objective||200||2|
|2||General Studies II||Objective||200||2|
|S.No.||Name of Question Paper||Nature of Question Paper||Maximum Marks||Duration/Time (in hour)|
|1||General Hindi and General English (Qualifying)||Subjective||100||3|
|2||Language and literature||Subjective||150||3|
|3||Social Sciences, History and Geography||Subjective||200||3|
|4||Indian Constitution, Polity, Public Administration and Good governance||Subjective||200||3|
|5||Indian Economy, Globalization, and Sustainable development||Subjective||200||3|
|6||General Sciences, Environment & Technology Development||Subjective||200||3|
Interview/Personality Test- 100
|Main Examination Marks||Interview/Personality Test||Total Marks|
4. Syllabus of State Civil Service:
- Preliminary Examination
- Main Examination
STATE SERVICE PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
- History of India
- Geography of India
- Indian Polity and Governance
- Economic and Sustainable development
- Science and Technology
- Jharkhand specific questions (General Awareness of its history, society, culture, and heritage)
- National and international current events.
- General questions of miscellaneous nature
STATE SERVICE MAINS EXAMINATION
General Hindi and General English
This is just a qualifying paper. Every candidate will have to secure only 30 marks.
This paper have 2 sections:
- Hindi 2. English
Both the sections will have equal weightage i.e. 50 marks each.
Language and Literature
Candidates have to choose from one of the following languages and literature:
- Oriya Language and Literature
- Bengali Language and Literature
- Urdu Language and Literature
- Sanskrit Language and Literature
- English Language and Literature
- Hindi Language and Literature
- Santhali Language and Literature
- Panchpargania Language and Literature
- Nagpuri Language and Literature
- Mundari Language and Literature
- Kurux Language and Literature
- Kurmali Language and Literature
- Khortha Language and Literature
- Khadia Language and Literature
- Ho Language and Literature
Social Sciences, History and Geography
These paper have 2 sections
- History 2. Geography
History section covers the following topics:
- Ancient period
- Medieval Period
- Modern Period
- History of Jharkhand
- Geography section covers the syllabus from the following topics:
- Physical Geography (General Principles)
- Physical and Human Geography of India
- Natural Resources of India: Development and Utilization
- Geography of Jharkhand and utilization of its resources.
- Industrial and Urban Development
- The pattern on Urban Settlement and Pollution problems.
Indian Constitution, Polity, Public Administration and Good governance
These paper have 2 sections.
- Indian Constitution and Polity
- Public Administration and Good governance
Indian Constitution and Polity covers the following topics:
- Preamble, salient features of the Indian constitution, Fundamental Rights and Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy
- Union Government (Executive and Legislature)
- State Government (Executive, Legislature, Judiciary, Panchayats and Municipalities)
- Centre-state relations
- Special provisions relating to the administration of Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribal Areas.
- Emergency provisions of the constitution
- Election Commission of India
- Political parties and pressure groups
Public Administration and Good Governance covers the following topics:
- Public Administration – Meaning, scope and significance
- Public and private administration
- Union Administration – Central Secretariat, Cabinet Secretariat, Prime Minister’s Office, Planning Commission, Finance Commission
- State Administration- State Secretariat, Chief Secretary, Chief Ministers Office
- District Administration – Origin and development of the office of District Magistrate and Collector, changing role of the District Collector, impact of the separation of judiciary on district administration.
- Personnel Administration – Recruitment of civil services, Union Public Service Commission and State Public Service Commission, training of civil servants, leadership and its qualities, employees morale and productivity.
- Delegation, Centralization and decentralization of authority
- Bureaucracy – its merits and demerits, the role of bureaucracy in policy formulation and its implementation; nexus between bureaucracy and political executive; generalist versus specialist.
- Development administration
- Disaster Management- causes, mitigation, classification of disasters, immediate and long term measures.
- Good governance – Lokpal, Lokayukta, Central Vigilance Commissioner, Grievance Redressal, Right to Service Act, Right to Information Act, Right to Education Act, Consumer Protection Act, Domestic Violence Against Women (Prevention) Act
- Human Rights – concept, meaning, universal declaration of human rights, National Human Rights Commission, State Human Rights Commission, Terrorism, Social Issues.
Indian Economy, Globalization, and Sustainable development
These paper based on Indian Economy, Globalization and Sustainable development.
Syllabus for Paper Five is given below:
- Basic features of Indian Economy
- National Income – elementary concepts of national income, and methods of its calculation, example – GDP, GNP, NDP, NNP, GSDP, NSDP, DDP at constant and current prices, at factor cost etc.
- Inflation – Concept, control of inflation, monetary, fiscal and direct measures.
- Demographic features
- Agriculture and Rural economy – green revolution, white revolution, rainbow revolution, WTO
- Industrial economy – policy initiative and changes
- Public finance – the scope of public finance, principles of public finance, taxation
- Public expenditure
- Fiscal policy- Centre and state fiscal relationship, the role of finance commission
- Structure of Indian monetary and banking system in India
- Indian Trade, Balance of Payment
Sustainable Development, Economic Issues, and Indian Development Strategy
- Meaning and measurement of Economic development; characteristics of underdevelopment, indicators of development: HDI, GDI, India’s HDI progress.
- Role of Foreign capital and technology in the growth of the economy
- Sustainable development – concept and indicators of sustainable development, economic, social and environmental sustainability, the concept of GDP
- Development status and issues pertaining to socially and economically marginalized sections, like ST, SC, religious minorities, schemes launched by Central/State Government.
- Poverty and Unemployment: Measurements and trends, identification of BPL families, Multidimensional poverty index.
- Food and nutritional security – trends in food production and consumption in India, the problem of food security, problems and issues of storage, procurement, distribution, import and export. Government policies, schemes, and programmes such as Public Distribution System, Mid-day meal schemes, government policies for food and nutritional security.
- Economic Reforms, Nature and Impact on Indian economy
- New economic reforms – Liberalization, Privatization, Globalization, good understanding of International Finance Institutions like IMF, World Bank; World Trade Organization
- Financial and Banking sector reforms, economic reforms, NABARD, RRB
- Globalization of Indian Economy – its positive and negative impacts on different sectors, issues of FDI and FII in India.
- Agriculture sector – Growth, Issues of subsidies and public investment in agriculture
- Industrial development and economic reforms in India – major changes in Industrial policy, its impact on industrial growth, the role of public sector enterprises in India’s industrialization in post reforms period, disinvestment and privatization of public enterprises.
The economy of Jharkhand – features, issues, challenges, strategies
- Economic growth and structure of Jharkhand’s economy, sectoral composition, growth in SDP, and per capita NSDP in last decade, agricultural and industrial growth in Jharkhand.
- Demographic features of Jharkhand – population, growth, sex ratio, density, literacy, the composition of the workforce, rural-urban composition etc.
- Status of poverty, unemployment, food security, malnutrition, education, and health indicators in Jharkhand, major initiatives, issues of agricultural and rural development, major programmes and schemes, poverty alleviation programs, food security schemes.
- Land, forest and environmental issues in Jharkhand
General Sciences, Environment & Technology Development
Candidates will have to handle topics from the following 5 sections.
- Physical Science
- Life Science
- Agriculture Science
- Environmental Science
- Science and Technology Development
- Basic knowledge on system of units like MKS, CGS, SI
- Topics on Speed, velocity, gravity, mass, weight, force, impact, work, power and energy
- Covers topics related to solar system
- Concepts concerning sound, wavelength frequency, infrasonic and ultrasonic sounds characteristics and applications.
- Concepts on the living world, cell-structure, its functions, diversity of organism, biomolecules cell reproduction
- Medallion inheritance, theories of the evolution of life on earth, including human evolution.
- A good understanding of the agro-climatic conditions of Jharkhand, rainfall pattern and abiotic stresses in each zone.
- Knowledge of Food and horticultural crops of Jharkhand, understanding the need behind the diversification of crops, nutritional security due to the onset of climate change, the role of rainwater harvesting in improving the agricultural production, and fish farming.
- Candidates are required to have sound knowledge on Soil fertility, measures that are undertaken to improve soil health, concepts on organic farming,agro-forestry, wastelands and, government schemes to help the farmers of the state.
- Measures that were taken by the Government of India to preserve the environment measures to tackle global environmental issues, air pollution, water pollution.
- Understanding of numerous environmental laws.
- Candidate’s knowledge on Biodiversity hotspots and threats to biodiversity hotspots.
Science and Technology
- Indian Government policies concerning Nuclear technology, focus on global nuclear policies.
- Plans made by the Government to meet the energy demands of the country through various renewable and non-renewable sources of energy.
- A good understanding of the Indian Missile program, the space program.
- Knowledge of the latest developments in Information Technology challenges faced due to Cybercrimes
Interview is the final stage of the Civil Services Examination which is held by commission.
Interview is also known as personality Test of candidate who is appearing before board of Interview Panel. Interview is organized to check the all dimension of candidate for the environment of civil services that the candidate is appropriate for it or not so it is advised to all appearing candidate in interview/personality Test must have self-confidence and bold and must give answer in polite way and relaxed mind